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Re: [linux-security] Re: Linux virus
From: scottvr () DFW NET (Scott VanRavenswaay)
Date: Tue, 4 Feb 1997 16:45:53 -0600
It's 'uninfect-files-please' or 'disinfect-files-please'.
BOTH of those strings will work.
Other command-line options include 'dont-run-original' and
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On Tue, 4 Feb 1997, Flack Man wrote:
Of course, having the binary for the virus makes things much
easier. Try bliss --uninfect-files-please (or something very close to it,
been many months since I've looked at it). You'll find all your binaries
intact. Realize this isn't a real virus (yet).
On Tue, 4 Feb 1997, Aleph One wrote:
On Fri, 31 Jan 1997, Peter wrote:
- [CHOP!!] -
Disinfection of the test machine was pretty simple, because of the log of
infected files is available. Simply a case of 'cat'ing new copies of the
binaries into the infected ones, and then adding back any set[ug]id bits that
have been lost.
If you do get infected, remember
0) do not log any more sessions in.
1) disconnect the network card
2) kill all non-essential processes (killall5 if it's still OK)
3) replace all the binaries in /tmp/.bliss
You could probably script the last one, but it's probably a bit dangerous to